Solving ASP.NET Core running on Azure App Service causing 500.30 ANCM In-Process Start Failure

Solving ASP.NET Core running on Azure App Service causing 500.30 ANCM In-Process Start Failure

Recently I attempted to re-deploy and replicate some of the infrastructure I have running and deploy the same version of the source to a new Slot in an Azure App Service. I hit the error message below: Azure App Service presenting the 500.30 error message on ASP.NET Core 3Following the link (here), gives us an indication of what the error is about: The worker process fails. The app doesn't start. The ASP.NET Core Module attempts to start the .NET Core CLR in-process, but it fails to start. The cause of a process startup failure can usually be…

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Newsletter #2: I am giving away consulting advice for Azure

With the recent pandemic, and many changes to organizations, workforces, and projects, we see an ever-increasing demand for moving things to the cloud. I see a growing trend in questions and requests for advice around Azure, specifically. Today I am announcing that I'll help you answer your current Azure questions, gratis, and you'll get my professional advice directly to your inbox - as in the days of my principal consulting work. This offer stands for every subscriber to my newsletter. I am hoping on a lot of engagement, and therefore I would recommend that you only submit one question if…

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I am giving away consulting advice for Azure

I am giving away consulting advice for Azure

With the recent pandemic, and many changes to organizations, workforces, and projects, we see an ever-increasing demand for moving things to the cloud. I see a growing trend in questions and requests for advice around Azure, specifically. Today I am announcing that I'll help you answer your current Azure questions, gratis, and you'll get my professional advice directly to your inbox - as in the days of my principal consulting work. This offer stands for every subscriber to my newsletter. I am hoping on a lot of engagement, and therefore I would recommend that you only submit one question if…

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Understanding Azure Policies with Visual Studio Code

Understanding Azure Policies with Visual Studio Code

I did not know about this extension until recently. It is currently in preview, and it is supposed to simplify authoring of policies by enabling alias property look-up inline with the resource or policy definition. I like the idea of drafting policies in Visual Studio Code, especially now that I can look at my existing policy definitions directly from within the tool. Let's take that for a spin to see if we check out our Azure policies. Installing the Azure Policy extensionThe extension is available on the Visual Studio Code marketplace, and can be found on the following URL: https:…

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Running .NET 5 on Azure App Services

Running .NET 5 on Azure App Services

I recently had a few discussions about some heavily-loaded Blazor apps I've built. They are all running on .NET Core 3.1, but I am attempting to get them up to .NET 5 (Preview). In these discussions, it came up that it wasn't at the time of our dialogs, possible to publish to Azure App Services with success. However, it seems that it works now - but again, it is a preview. Expect changes, perhaps even breaking changes, and don't ship to production just yet - at least that's what I'd recommend. I have successfully upgraded two out of eight…

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